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Several People (Team Inclusive) from Institute for Advanced Research Won Sponsorship by 2007 Shanghai Pujiang Talents Program


Review for 2007 Shanghai Pujiang Talents Program has been concluded recently. Through on-line review, interviews, and site investigations by experts, several people (including teams) from the Institute for Advanced Research won the sponsorship, respectively, Yu Wei, Tan Jijun, Feng Shuaizhang, Tao Ji, Liang Dan, Shen Ling (team members also included Du Ninghua and Zhong Hongjun).

      The shortlisted research subjects this time are closely related to the social and economic development in China and Shanghai, covering a wide range of subjects. Among them, the subject of Dr. Yu Wei is Decision-Making Support System for Hospital Cost Management, that of Dr. Tan Jijun is Economics Research for Shanghai Environmental Resources Issues, that for Dr. Feng Shuaizhang is Income Distribution and Inequality: Shanghai-Based Empirical Study, that of Dr. Liang Dan is Study on Development of China Corporate Bonds Market and Influence to Indirect Banking Financing, that of Dr. Tao Ji is Theory and Empirical Analysis to Arbitrage Strategies in Chinas Financial Futures Market, and that of Dr. Shen Ling is Harmonious Economic Growth Theory.

      Shanghai Pujiang Talents Program was officially started and implemented on July 1, 2005, mainly aimed at sponsorship for persons and teams returning from studying abroad and engaged in R&D of scientific projects, technical innovation, subject research, and cultural and art creation, as well as those starting businesses in Shanghai, giving lectures or consulting in Shanghai, and other persons and teams returned after studying abroad and urgently needed by Shanghai. From 2005 to 2006, quite a few individuals and teams of the Institute for Advanced Research, including Tian Guoqiang, Li Tao, Zheng Xu, as well as team members of OUyang Desheng, Tao Ji and Tian Yongge, have won the sponsorship of this program for their research subjects.